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The IBM Security Guardium portfolio empowers organizations to grow their business and prove compliance with smarter data protection capabilities. It provides complete visibility, actionable insights, real time controls and automated compliance workflows throughout the entire data protection journey, to support your most critical data protection needs.
IBM Security Guardium delivers discovery & classification, vulnerability & risk assessments, real-time monitoring & alerting, encryption, advanced analytics and compliance reporting across structured, unstructured, and semi-structured data in on-prem (including mainframe), cloud, and across hybrid cloud environments.
SQL Secure helps database administrators to manage SQL Server security in physical, virtual, and cloud environments - including managed cloud databases. Unlike its competition, it provides configurable data collection, customizable templates to satisfy audits for multiple regulatory guidelines, extensive security checks and audit rules, automated server registration process, and server group tagging.
IBM Guardium Data Protection is ranked 1st in Database Security with 18 reviews while IDERA SQL Secure is ranked 11th in Database Security. IBM Guardium Data Protection is rated 8.2, while IDERA SQL Secure is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of IBM Guardium Data Protection writes "Better integration options than competitors, with affordable licensing". On the other hand, IBM Guardium Data Protection is most compared with Imperva SecureSphere Database Security, Oracle Audit Vault, Oracle Advanced Security, jSonar and Informatica Persistent Data Masking, whereas IDERA SQL Secure is most compared with Imperva SecureSphere Database Security.
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